1. First pack only what you truly believe you need. That which you absolutely can’t live without. From there add what you feel would be highly useful to have with you. If you traveled only with these belongings, your bag would probably remain relatively light. We nearly always travel with more…


  1. Sell your useless items to fill your pockets with money.
  2. Wear the right sized pants and you won’t need a belt. Pants with a drawstring can also fix this problem.
  3. Items with rigid form are harder to compress. Compressible items can be stored and carried easier.
  4. Pick one hobby at…



  1. Focus: Keep your eye on the target. Focus on your goals. Focus like a laser-beam. Don’t let everything around you become a distraction. Its easier to concentrate the mind when it’s not being pulled in various directions. The person who travels two roads goes nowhere. Yada yada. You get me…




  1. Consider the Climate of Where you Live: Warmer climates require fewer clothes. While living in a tropical place such as Hawaii, I needed less attire than in a cold location. Requirements were: Undergarments, shorts, t-shirt/tank-top, flip flops, sunglasses, swim-shorts. That’s all folks — Six articles of clothing. Where as in…



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Gunn Lukari

Gunn is a creative person that has a background in arts and filmmaking. Over the past few years he’s gravitated towards minimalism as a lifestyle.

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